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Rock By the Sea music benefits children

Rock By the Sea music benefits children
Rock By the Sea music benefits children
Posted at 6:45 AM, Sep 21, 2018
and last updated 2018-09-21 03:08:40-04

ST. GEORGE ISLAND, Fla. (WTXL) - If you're still looking for those weekend plans, here's one that involves music, the beach and charity.

WTXL ABC's Jada Williams was live Friday morning with more details on how Rock By the Sea is helping children in the community through music.

Rock by the Sea is back with its 10th fall event and the fun festivties are continuing all for a good cause.

Things kicked off Thursday night with Rock by the Sea Lite and the fun continues this Friday morning at 9 with the Rock by the Tee Golf Tournament at St. James Bay Golf Club in Carrabelle.

Rocky by the Sea is a fundraising event that benefits organizations like the Franklin County Public Library, Music as a Second Language and Camp Sunshine.

And of course as the name suggests, there's music too.

Beth Gosnell, the president and founding board member of Rock By the Sea: "The vibe is happy and everyone is doing good whether they're eating, drinking, buying raffle tickets, bidding on silent auctions items, and just grooving to the music. It's like the best music no one ever hears."

Artists such as Steve Everett, The Currys, and American Idol contestant Christian Lopez will perform

More information is at their site.